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Droll Yankees 20-Port Finch Bird Feeder, 36-inch

Droll Yankees 20-Port Finch Bird Feeder, 36-inch

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    Finch heaven

    By Birdlovers on Mar 12, 2021

    2 finches landed on it immediately after hanging it up! The finch population is increasing daily, changing from their winter drab colors to the vibrant yellow and reds! We love to watch them and hear their song. Hubby hung it between 2 oak trees, using a rope and pulley to easily lower it and fill. 2 finches landed on it immediately after hanging it up! The finch population is increasing daily, changing from their winter drab colors to the vibrant yellow and reds! We love to watch them and hear their song. Hubby hung it between 2 oak trees, using a rope and pulley to easily lower it and fill. Super fast delivery ! It arrived overnight. But a little more packing material would have been appreciated, as a few posts came loose during shipping, an easy fix however. Overall very satisfied. … more

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    Frustrating for birds

    By Hedgiemom on Aug 16, 2021

    I was very excited about this feeder, because I have about a dozen Gold Finches that use the finch feeder in my yard. I thought this would be nice because it would take longer before I needed to fill it. Unfortunately the holes in this feeder are too small. The birds would work at it by using a few I was very excited about this feeder, because I have about a dozen Gold Finches that use the finch feeder in my yard. I thought this would be nice because it would take longer before I needed to fill it. Unfortunately the holes in this feeder are too small. The birds would work at it by using a few different holes, but became frustrated and flew away. The number of finches I was getting dropped significantly, so I put the old feeder back out and they have all returned. … more

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